Northern suburbs public high school graduates receive Best and Brightest Awards

Northern suburbs public high school graduates receive Best and Brightest Awards

SEVERAL northern suburbs students have been recognised for their outstanding results last year.

The Best and Brightest Awards see $1000 presented to the top vocational and academic Year 12 student in each public high school.

From Ashdale Secondary College in Darch, Harshil Patel was the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) dux and Majenta Bracken was the Vocational Education and Training (VET) winner.

From Belridge Secondary College, Jarrod Caldwell was the ATAR recipient and Stacey Tighe won for VET.

Aaron Jenkins was the ATAR winner for Duncraig SHS, while Matthew Harvey won for VET.

Girrawheen SHS winners were Daniel Abraham for ATAR and Rhys MacFarlane for VET.

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Greenwood College winners were Jaydeep Gajera for ATAR and Crystal Rudy for VET.

From Ocean Reef SHS, Kyle Grover was the ATAR recipient and Amy McKenna won for VET.

Mitchell Norman was the ATAR winner for Wanneroo Secondary College, while Sarah-Jane Williams won for VET.

Warwick SHS winners were Kaci Oliphant for ATAR and Emily Youard for VET and Woodvale Secondary College recipients were Evan Savigni for ATAR and Rhiannon DeVisser for VET.

Schools deputy director general David Axworthy said the award recognised public education at its best.

“These students have performed well and were supported by their school community – their contribution has been imperative to student success,” he said.

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